Pasco daycare exonerated, state says it didn’t wax children’s eyebrows

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PASCO, Wash.  — A Pasco daycare has been exonerated after it was accused of waxing the eyebrows of two children without their parents' permission.

Two mothers pulled their children from the daycare at Columbia Basin College and filed complaints accusing workers of waxing their faces.

But after an investigation, the state determined that there was no evidence the kids had their eyebrows waxed at all.

They say the children were not in danger or treated in any negative way at the center.

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